Art Therapy

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Art therapy is a unique type of psychotherapy that uses the creative process of making art to explore emotions, improve self-awareness, and enhance mental well-being. Expressing oneself through art can be especially beneficial for those who struggle to verbalize their feelings verbally.

Healing Through Art

Creating art can help people process trauma, reduce stress, and gain insight into their thoughts and feelings. It's a collaborative process between the therapist and the client, where the artwork serves as a visual language for communication and reflection, fostering healing and personal growth. Art therapy can be especially beneficial for:

  • Depression
  • AnxietyTrauma and PTSD
  • Grief and lossADHD
  • Autism
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Chronic illness
  • Identity and body image
  • Self-esteemInterpersonal relationships
  • Major life transitions
  • Personal, emotional, creative, and spiritual growth

Who Would Benefit from Art Therapy?

The best part is that you don't have to be an artist or even consider yourself creative to engage in and reap the rewards from art therapy! Art therapy can be used by anyone, regardless of age, abilities or artistic training. It can be used with individuals, families, groups, and communities. 

To learn more about our Registered Art Therapist, Angie Masinde, LPC, click here. Think art therapy might be the perfect way to start your own healing journey? Contact us here to schedule an appointment.